Sun.Jul 18, 2021

What’s it like hauling nuclear weapons across the country?

The Supply Chain Journal

Nuclear materials couriers (NMCs) might have one of the toughest and most secretive jobs in the transportation industry: hauling nuclear bombs and other dangerous material.

Driving Down Supply Chain Emissions Before Carbon Taxes Hit

Supply Chain Brain

With help from satellite data and machine learning, organizations can calculate and monitor their supply chain carbon emissions

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Borderlands: Mexico faces growing shortage of truck drivers

The Supply Chain Journal

Borderlands is a weekly rundown of developments in the world of United States-Mexico cross-border trucking and trade.

Here's When EU’s Carbon Rules Would Hit Oil Guzzling Industries, Like Shipping

Supply Chain Brain

The EU’s sweeping proposals to curb greenhouse emissions are likely to upend the continent’s oil demand over the years and decades to come. Here’s a run through the plans — and key timings — for aviation, shipping and makers of road-fuel

New Supply Chain Design Software Benefits Calculator

Curious how much can you potentially save by optimizing your supply chain network? Our benefits calculator helps you find out.

U.S. Clashes With Mexico, Canada on Auto Parts Trade Rules

Supply Chain Brain

The dispute focuses on how to calculate the percentage of a vehicle that comes collectively from the three countries under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Mexico-Canada agreement that took effect last year